Wellington Lions players Kemara Hauiti-Parapara and Ruben Love celebrate with Losi Filipo after the latter's seventh try of the season last Sunday against North Harbour. Photo: Andy McArthur.
Wellington Gold won the Hurricanes U16s tournament played this week in Hastings in a thriller.
In the final on Thursday, Wellington Gold and Hawke’s
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Arthur 'Artie' Lambourn was a regular fixture of Petone and Wellington teams throughout the 1930s.
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Updates Tuesday: The opening day of the Hurricanes U16s tournament was in Hastings on Monday, with both Wellington teams winning their Division A Don Broughton Cup fixtures.
Wellington Gold beat Hawke’s Bay A 17-10 and Wellington Black defeated Manawatu 10-8.
In Division B Saracens Cup matches, Wairarapa-Bush beat Ngati Porou East Coast